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Minneapolis Police Policy And Training Under Scrutiny At Federal Civil Rights Trial For George Floyd's Death

3 monthes ago   |   By CBS

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minneapolis Police Inspector Katie Blackwell continued her testimony on Friday defending the policies of the Minneapolis police department and saying the three former officers charged with depriving George Floyd of his civil rights did not follow those standards.
Blackwell, who used to lead training at the department, took the stand for hours as the prosecution exhaustively questioned her about the requirements to become police officers and the policies they have to follow. She described their duty to intervene, and obligation to render medical aid and use certain types...
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